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IRC Log for 2016-01-16

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[0:01] <Berg> anyone done and wiring and python code for this http://www.ebay.com/itm/Photodiode-Light-Sensor-Module-Input-Light-Sensor-Arduino-Raspberry-pi-3-3-5V-/191662217220
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[0:06] <t3chguy> Berg: without additional components you can only use it as a Digital sensor
[0:06] <t3chguy> so I don't see whats hard about code checking gpio high/low
[0:06] <Berg> i only want to set it to detect on off
[0:06] <Berg> im not sure about the voltage
[0:06] <t3chguy> not sure?
[0:06] <Berg> if it runs on 3 v
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[0:07] <Berg> yeah
[0:07] <t3chguy> it'll output the same potential as vin
[0:07] <t3chguy> so if you power it at 3v3 then DO HIGH will be 3v3
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[0:07] <Berg> ok good
[0:08] <Berg> thank and code to look at the pin if high or low is all i need then
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[0:09] <Berg> i only need to check the DO pin?
[0:09] <t3chguy> yes
[0:09] <t3chguy> the AO pin is an analog output
[0:09] <Berg> excellent i was a bit lost
[0:09] <Berg> thanks
[0:10] <t3chguy> I have a similar module but it has a microphone instead
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[0:11] <Berg> im wanting to check if a led on a charger is lit
[0:11] <t3chguy> lol
[0:11] <Berg> like it will light when charging is done
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[0:11] <t3chguy> guessing you don't want to mod the charger
[0:11] <Berg> is funny?
[0:11] <Berg> not at all
[0:11] <t3chguy> fair enough
[0:11] <Berg> i want to keep units seperater
[0:12] <t3chguy> you could just use an optodiode on its own or LDR+Resistor potential divider
[0:12] <Berg> well i have these photodiode
[0:12] <Berg> having is good
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[0:38] <Jacruth> Hello, I have setup an static ip for the wlan0 interface in my raspberry pi: http://paste.debian.net/366084 - However, it is not being setup when reboot: http://paste.debian.net/366086/
[0:41] <[Saint]> Jacruth: does your router support DHCP Reservation lists?
[0:41] <[Saint]> Infinitely easier and more versatile than static addressing.
[0:42] <Jacruth> well, in fact I'm trying yo setup an access point (hostapd), so I hope that the Rpi will be the router
[0:45] <meiamsome> so you need to start hostapd on startup?
[0:46] <Jacruth> I am starting it, but the problem is that the DHCP doesn't work because the iface doesn't have a proper ip
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[0:47] <meiamsome> What DHCP server are you using?
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[0:50] <Jacruth> isc-dhcp
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[0:51] <Jacruth> do you think that I should reserve and assign a fixed ip?
[0:53] <meiamsome> Jacruth: I see some people have had issues with hostapd and isc-dhcp, suggesting dnsmasq, which I have had success with personally before
[0:53] <meiamsome> if that's an option
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[1:00] <EvilDMP_> I am trying to install pillow using pip, on Jessie, but seems to fail with a compile error
[1:00] <EvilDMP_> better to use apt-get for pillow?
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[1:01] <Jacruth> meiamsome: but dnsmasq is for dns, not for dhcp, right?
[1:02] <meiamsome> Jacruth: it does have a dhcp server in it, not sure if the dns is disableable if that's a problem though
[1:02] <meiamsome> EvilDMP_: python version? Error?
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[1:04] <EvilDMP_> meiamsome: unfortunately the error is on a Pi and I am on my Mac, but - ah, just cracked it; it wanted libjpeg-dev
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[1:07] <meiamsome> EvilDMP_: Glad you got it working :)
[1:08] <EvilDMP_> meiamsome: one step at a time...
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[2:29] <jmadero> hi all - I just updated samba on my rpi and now I can't mount my samba share to a client :( help appreciated: Error: mount error(6): No such device or address
[2:29] <jmadero> my fstab http://pastebin.com/f2N9Q3dW
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[2:50] <Tenkawa> hi all
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[2:58] <The_Letter_M> Hello
[2:59] <The_Letter_M> How are you Tenkawa??
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[3:01] <Tenkawa> The_Letter_M: not bad.. just messing around with my arm boxes
[3:01] <Tenkawa> and my mips
[3:01] <Tenkawa> one
[3:04] <Tenkawa> brb. ..hopefully
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[3:09] <Tenkawa> ok better
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[3:10] <Tenkawa> does the pi zero have a temp sensor on it?
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[3:10] <Tenkawa> appears no
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[3:16] <Tenkawa> rebooting again. heheh
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[3:22] <merrick`> Tenkawa, it has a temp censor for the cpu
[3:22] <Tenkawa> hmmm
[3:23] <Tenkawa> do you know which module/sys/proc control reads it?
[3:23] <Tenkawa> lm-sensors isnt finding it on a standard scan
[3:23] <[Saint]> echo -n "CPU Temperature (C): " ; cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp | cut -c1-2
[3:23] <Tenkawa> [Saint]: thanks
[3:23] <merrick`> lemme seeeee
[3:23] <[Saint]> inadvertently answered your question, lol
[3:24] <[Saint]> that's a string I use for pumping out a nicely formatted CPU temp report.
[3:24] <[Saint]> but it also coincidentally answers your question.
[3:24] <[Saint]> /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp
[3:24] <Tenkawa> very nice
[3:24] <Tenkawa> whats a "safe temp" anyway?
[3:25] <[Saint]> anything under 85C, really. EVen that is well within safety limits.
[3:25] <[Saint]> But that's where it'll shut itself down.
[3:25] <merrick`> looks like whatever scripts i hacked together, uses vcgencmd, but does something similar to what saints does.
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[3:25] <[Saint]> It'll throttle at 80C IIRC.
[3:26] <Tenkawa> k so 33 is plenty low
[3:26] <[Saint]> basically, you'll never have to worry about the temperature, like...ever.
[3:26] <[Saint]> unless you live in the Sahara or so.
[3:27] <merrick`> even then, it'll just power down.
[3:27] <merrick`> i guess you could still cook it technically.
[3:27] <Tenkawa> I'm running 900 arm freq, 500 core freq, 500 sdram freq, so i didnt want to melt it
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[3:27] <merrick`> takeaways from todays lesson: don't live in an oven, or near the sun.
[3:28] <[Saint]> Tenkawa: that's nothing stressful at all really.
[3:28] <Tenkawa> oh good
[3:28] <Tenkawa> I really like this unit
[3:28] <Tenkawa> I really need to get more of them
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[3:31] <[Saint]> Oh, if you want that to be more easily accessible - you can do "echo 'alias cpu-temp='echo -n "CPU Temperature (C): " ; cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp | cut -c1-2'' >> ~/.bash_aliases" or add it to .bash_aliases manually.
[3:32] <[Saint]> then it'll be accessible as the command 'cpu-temp'
[3:32] <Tenkawa> meh I just created a temp script that ran a cat and cut on that device node
[3:32] <Tenkawa> works fine enough for me
[3:32] <[Saint]> here's a similar one for cpu-freq
[3:32] <[Saint]> alias cpu-freq='echo -n "CPU Frequency (Hz): " ; cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_cur_freq'
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[3:33] <Tenkawa> cpufreq-info already works great for that
[3:33] <[Saint]> that would mean installing it on my end. ;)
[3:33] <Tenkawa> ahhh
[3:33] <Tenkawa> I do by default
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[3:35] * Tenkawa works on getting this kernel src now for his running kernel
[3:37] * [Saint] has been watching Making A Murderer
[3:37] <[Saint]> Or, as I now like to call it "Making Me Scream At My Monitor-erer"
[3:38] <ppq> is the movie worth the time watching it?
[3:38] <[Saint]> s/movie/series/
[3:38] <[Saint]> and, yes. I consider it so.
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[3:38] <merrick`> i've heard it's good from a bunch of people
[3:38] <ppq> oh it's a series
[3:39] <[Saint]> Massively frustrating and infuriating.
[3:39] <[Saint]> But, great.
[3:39] <ppq> good to know
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[3:40] <[Saint]> Heaps of times I've caught myself out loud going "Awwwwwwwwwww c'mon!"
[3:40] <ppq> i enjoyed the john grisham books (similar stories, among others) so i might give it a go
[3:40] <[Saint]> It's hard to believe at some points that the characters are real people and not characters written to deliberately frustrate you.
[3:41] <[Saint]> It's like a parody of itself, but it's all real.
[3:42] <[Saint]> What happens when an entire rural police force and prosecution bands together to screw over a guy whom you previously wrongfully imprisoned for 18 years to stop him from suing you for $36M in damages.
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[3:46] <speakquietly> :)
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[3:46] <speakquietly> w/w. Sorry people
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[4:45] <raspberrypifan> hi
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[4:47] <speakquietly> pi has gained sentiance
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[4:47] <raspberrypifan> has it
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[4:50] <Berg> whats it think?
[4:51] <speakquietly> welcome, you're the one we've been waiting for.
[4:51] <raspberrypifan> i need someone to figure out what oses run on the pi
[4:51] <Berg> why cant you search out some?
[4:52] <speakquietly> https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/
[4:52] <Berg> there is plenty of them on google
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[4:52] <Berg> I like dietpi
[4:52] <Berg> its got nothing in it
[4:52] <speakquietly> There's also freebsd but... freebsd
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[4:57] <Syliss> i just want a pi0
[4:57] <Syliss> and a pi2
[4:57] <Syliss> but i gotta wait
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[4:58] <speakquietly> why?
[4:59] <Syliss> the zeros are like impossible to get right now
[5:00] <speakquietly> I've been trying to think of an excuse to buy one
[5:00] <speakquietly> I mean, $5... but I don't have any projects in mind
[5:01] <Syliss> i have a moto lapdock that im going to just stick it into the area where the connectors are so that its fully hidden
[5:01] * speakquietly googles
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[5:02] <raspberrypifan> i meana the pi zero
[5:03] <speakquietly> I believe any pi image should work on zero
[5:03] <raspberrypifan> idk
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[5:03] <Syliss> the pi zero is just the first gen pi with the 512 ram and a bumped up clock speed
[5:04] <Syliss> it actually has more ram than my pi
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[5:04] <Syliss> i have the 256mb model
[5:04] <backerypi> hello
[5:04] <raspberrypifan> i had one of those too
[5:04] <raspberrypifan> i gave it away
[5:04] <raspberrypifan> so any image for the pi 1 would work?
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[5:06] <speakquietly> There's one way to find out :)
[5:06] <raspberrypifan> ugh
[5:06] <raspberrypifan> i want someone to find out for me
[5:06] <raspberrypifan> i dont have a screen
[5:06] <raspberrypifan> im runningi t headless
[5:07] <speakquietly> Why not serial from gpio?
[5:07] <raspberrypifan> i dont have any headers
[5:07] <raspberrypifan> or an iron
[5:08] <speakquietly> Oh yeah. It isn't populated with headers
[5:08] <raspberrypifan> or a serial cable for that matter
[5:08] <speakquietly> Just burn the image and see if it comes up on your network :)
[5:08] <Syliss> you are using a screen now
[5:08] <backerypi> so would people here pay for apps on raspberry pi
[5:08] <raspberrypifan> i had one but i left it on the other contient
[5:08] <raspberrypifan> no
[5:08] <raspberrypifan> im just using it via network
[5:09] <raspberrypifan> to test images u need a screen
[5:09] <speakquietly> For what reason?
[5:09] <backerypi> like shareware style
[5:10] <raspberrypifan> to make it easier
[5:12] <speakquietly> backerypi, personally, no.
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[5:12] <backerypi> sure you would
[5:13] <backerypi> you every buy any software
[5:13] <speakquietly> But there's a huge audience using pi's, so that's not to say some wouldn't.
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[5:14] <backerypi> im going to try to make an app and see if pi people buy it
[5:15] <raspberrypifan> what about figuring out what oses run on the zero
[5:15] <raspberrypifan> ill give u a buck if u do
[5:16] <speakquietly> I'll support you :)
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[5:16] <speakquietly> raspberry: how about $5, so I can buy a zero to test ;)
[5:16] <raspberrypifan> fine
[5:17] <speakquietly> What are you interested in doing? I don't think you'll issues with any of the official os's
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[5:17] <raspberrypifan> theres only one
[5:17] <raspberrypifan> jessie
[5:18] <[Saint]> any pi distro that targets ARMv6 should work
[5:18] <raspberrypifan> is there a list
[5:18] <raspberrypifan> smeone make me a list
[5:19] <raspberrypifan> i used to run raspbx on the original pi
[5:19] <speakquietly> Maybe backerypi can make one and then sell it to you
[5:19] <raspberrypifan> ill send u 5 for the pi
[5:21] <[Saint]> raspbian, ALARM, OpenElec, RiscOS, etc. etc. etc.
[5:21] <[Saint]> Literally any pi distro that can target ARMv6, so pretty much everything except Snappy, Win10, Mate.
[5:21] <backerypi> not Mate?
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[5:22] <[Saint]> No.
[5:22] <raspberrypifan> so raspbx should work
[5:22] <raspberrypifan> http://www.raspberry-asterisk.org/
[5:22] <[Saint]> Ubuntu Mate relies on ARMv7 (Pi 2) arch.
[5:22] <backerypi> oh sorry the zero
[5:23] <[Saint]> I'm aware.
[5:23] <[Saint]> The zero uses ARM11/ARMv6
[5:23] <backerypi> its sort of irrelevant what os you run
[5:23] <[Saint]> No, it isn't.
[5:23] <raspberrypifan> how is it that its v6 but also 11 at the same time
[5:23] <[Saint]> Depending on the use case, or if you want it to actually be able to run at all, it;s very relevant.
[5:24] <backerypi> they can each be dockerized
[5:25] <[Saint]> ARM11 is just another name for ARMv6
[5:25] <backerypi> and you can fuck up as much as you want in there
[5:25] <[Saint]> Just as ARM Cortex-A|M* is another name for ARMv7
[5:25] <raspberrypifan> oh is it
[5:25] <raspberrypifan> oh docker still confuses me
[5:25] <raspberrypifan> idont get it
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[5:26] <speakquietly> same.
[5:26] <[Saint]> docker isn't going to magically make an ARMv6 host boost an ARMv7 image, either, FWIW.
[5:26] <[Saint]> so it's not entirely relevant or correct to say "can be dockerized".
[5:26] <Xark> [Saint]: Minor quibble, not all Cortex-Mx processors support all operating modes (e.g., M0 is Thumb2 only IIRC).
[5:27] <raspberrypifan> getting to complex now
[5:27] <backerypi> well no i meant whatever families work on that particular arm
[5:27] <[Saint]> Xark: yeah, I probably should've specified M3/4, but, * was ...less keys.
[5:27] <[Saint]> lol
[5:28] <raspberrypifan> my arm?
[5:28] <backerypi> zero or pi2 arm
[5:29] <[Saint]> There's probably a family of parasitic mites living on your arm, but, I can't vouch for their current employment status.
[5:29] <raspberrypifan> lol
[5:29] <raspberrypifan> im sure there welle employed
[5:29] <raspberrypifan> my arms are itchy
[5:29] <[Saint]> :))
[5:30] <raspberrypifan> but yea someone make a chart plz
[5:30] <raspberrypifan> and also an explanation into the different arms
[5:31] <[Saint]> "left arm"; "right arm"
[5:32] <raspberrypifan> risc-y arm as well
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[5:34] <Xark> raspberrypifan: Like https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ARM_microarchitectures ?
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[5:34] <raspberrypifan> no with a tutorial and shit
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[5:36] <Xark> raspberrypifan: Tutorial? For asm coding on all the flavors?
[5:37] <raspberrypifan> like what is arm
[5:37] <raspberrypifan> what is risc
[5:37] <raspberrypifan> what is a core
[5:37] <raspberrypifan> etc
[5:37] <raspberrypifan> and why the pi and 2 are difernt
[5:37] <Xark> raspberrypifan: Just do a few additional Wikipedia searches I suggest. :)
[5:38] <raspberrypifan> thats not the point
[5:38] <Xark> raspberrypifan: Okay, then wait for spoon feeding. :)
[5:38] <backerypi> pretty much thats how you learn. google for answers
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[5:38] <farsonic> hi all
[5:38] <backerypi> hi
[5:39] <raspberrypifan> yes but someone needs to synthesize it
[5:39] <farsonic> quick question…looking to wire up a serial connection to a PI using GPIO....
[5:39] <backerypi> yeah you do
[5:39] <farsonic> and also a GPS connection (serial)
[5:39] <farsonic> is there only the one serial connection on GPIO?
[5:39] <backerypi> thats how you acquire knowledge and intelligence
[5:39] <raspberrypifan> alright
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[5:39] <backerypi> any use sense hat?
[5:40] <backerypi> farsonic no clue
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[5:42] <aem> any usb hubs for pi zero
[5:42] <aem> preferably if it can power the pi?
[5:43] <speakquietly> farsonic: correct. Only one.
[5:43] <raspberrypifan> u vcan make several
[5:43] <farsonic> right, thats what I thought also
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[5:49] <aem> anybody?
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[5:49] <aem> i just need a recommendation
[5:49] <raspberrypifan> buy any of them
[5:50] <aem> ...
[5:50] <aem> that isnt helpful
[5:52] <raspberrypifan> go on amazon i guess
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[6:06] <Hitechcg> google?
[6:09] <sir_galahad_ad> aem you're looking for a 'dumb' hub that supports at least 800ma (more should be better)
[6:10] <Hitechcg> Wait, do you mean like backfeeding power?
[6:11] <Hitechcg> idk how many hubs do that - I had a (cheap) USB card reader/powered USB hub that could, and a small mini USB hub that couldn't (probably a diode).
[6:12] <Hitechcg> Anyways, backfeeding is not recommended, as there's no protection circuitry going backwards from USB. I'd recommend against it, anyways.
[6:13] <sir_galahad_ad> wrat?
[6:13] <Hitechcg> ?
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[6:17] <sir_galahad_ad> i wasn't talking about backfeeding power through the USB data port, but powering the Pi through the power port while having the hub connected to the data port.
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[6:17] <sir_galahad_ad> at least that's what i thought he was asking about
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[6:20] * sir_galahad_ad thinks Viper168 is following him
[6:21] <Viper168> just until I go in for the kill
[6:21] <Viper168> don't worry
[6:21] <Hitechcg> ...oh, nevermind then
[6:22] <Viper168> it will come from above, will be quick
[6:22] <sir_galahad_ad> :)
[6:23] <sir_galahad_ad> although if some hubs even can back feed the pi would still be at risk no matter the power source no?
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[6:25] <Hitechcg> Is this a Pi 2 or +?
[6:25] <Hitechcg> I don't think you can backfeed those models anymore, not sure about the Zero
[6:25] <sir_galahad_ad> aem was asking about a 0
[6:25] <sir_galahad_ad> i personally have a B and a B+
[6:26] <Hitechcg> oh
[6:26] <Hitechcg> I have a B and 2B
[6:26] <Viper168> you can backfeed with the zero
[6:26] <Hitechcg> Running the Pi 1 B as an IRC bouncer while the Pi 2 collects dust
[6:26] <sir_galahad_ad> i would like a 2B they were announced like a week after i bought my B+
[6:27] <Hitechcg> ouch, that sucks
[6:27] <sir_galahad_ad> my B+ sat around for over a year before i did anything with it
[6:27] <Hitechcg> I just got my Pi 2
[6:27] <sir_galahad_ad> at least i think it was over a year
[6:28] <Hitechcg> Used it for like 10 minutes, then set up my Pi 1 as an IRC bouncer and did nothing with the 2
[6:29] <sir_galahad_ad> doh
[6:29] <Hitechcg> Annoyingly, I have several SD cards but only one microSD card
[6:29] <sir_galahad_ad> ah
[6:29] <Hitechcg> Which sucks as I wanted to try several distros on the 2
[6:29] <sir_galahad_ad> i'm using my B+ as my test board to play around with the GPIO pins
[6:30] <Hitechcg> play around with
[6:30] <Hitechcg> ?
[6:30] <Macgyver1> nothing some kynar wire and maybe an edge connector from a floppy cable wouldnt solve
[6:31] <sir_galahad_ad> well learning how it all works, i'm pretty new to the world of making electronic devices
[6:31] <Hitechcg> meh, I've messed around with hardware but I'm better with software
[6:32] <Hitechcg> But I have like 400 leds laying around
[6:32] <sir_galahad_ad> i'm better with software, but i really like the idea of using software to drive devices that i've created
[6:36] <Hitechcg> I never have any good ideas on what to make :P
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[6:36] <Hitechcg> aem: http://elinux.org/RPi_Powered_USB_Hubs
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[6:38] <sir_galahad_ad> ah well done
[6:40] <Xark> Hitechcg: 3D LED cube, of course. :)
[6:40] <Xark> Hitechcg: You are just shy of 512 needed for 8x8x8. :)
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[6:42] <Hitechcg> don't have the soldering skillz (read: our soldering iron sucks ass and has a bent tip) or the time to learn the circuitry skillz
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[6:42] <speakquietly> I want to build a cube.. but last I saw they're expensive
[6:43] <Xark> speakquietly: 3x3x3 is pretty cheap (and still fun).
[6:44] <Hitechcg> Xark, oh yeah, and the LEDs are like all different sizes and colors
[6:44] <Xark> Hitechcg: I see.
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[6:45] <Hitechcg> red, green, orange, purple, UV, infrared, bicolored, blue, red (so many it's worth saying twice), white, yellow, pink, ...
[6:46] <sir_galahad_ad> impressive
[6:46] <Hitechcg> and I don't even know the specs for most of them
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[6:48] <Hitechcg> I always rip LEDs out of old electronics if I can
[6:48] <Hitechcg> I always rip a ton of other stuff out of old electronics if I can
[6:49] <Hitechcg> s/old/dead mostly
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[6:50] <sir_galahad_ad> rip out a ADC for me kthx
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[6:53] <Hitechcg> don't have one
[6:53] <Hitechcg> use a bunch of different resistors
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[6:54] <Hitechcg> on my crappy netbook I have a bunch of datasheets for ICs I've ripped out of stuff though
[6:56] <Hitechcg> (actually only like 10 though)
[6:56] <merrick`> I just picked up a beginners learn to solder kit. Figured I'd practice before I risk burning up anything worthwhile. (RE: "soldering skillz")
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[6:57] <Hitechcg> The problem here is just that our soldering iron is awful
[6:58] <merrick`> kit comes with a shitty one i'm assuming, i'll practice with a crap one so if/when i move up it'll be easy i figure
[6:58] <Hitechcg> Although I haven't soldered much, so I haven't really practiced, I've used other irons, and it's much easier to solder with those
[6:58] <merrick`> until then i'll stick with a bread board and leds and stuff
[6:58] <Hitechcg> I prefer breadboards
[6:59] <merrick`> I was at microcenter today and just browsing around, so many things that require soldering i figured i'd pick up the $20 starter kit and learn
[6:59] <Hitechcg> I don't know what iron your kit came with but NO DON'T try to teach yourself with it
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[6:59] <merrick`> they can be that horrible?
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[7:00] <raspberrypifan> will android run on the zero
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[7:00] <Hitechcg> raspberrypifan, Android won't really run /well/ on any Pi at all
[7:00] <merrick`> raspberrypifan, pretty sure only really old android versions have ARM processor ports iirc
[7:00] <raspberrypifan> isnt android arm based?
[7:01] <Hitechcg> merrick`, this soldering iron is just old and has a bent tip
[7:01] <merrick`> ah i see, that could be a problem yeah hah
[7:01] <Hitechcg> But it's REALLY frustrating to try to use
[7:01] <Hitechcg> (it's not just the tip though)
[7:02] <merrick`> raspberrypifan, looks like i'm mistaken, here's a youtube vid of lollipop running on a pi 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSgQDhM84Ko
[7:02] <Hitechcg> But if the one with the kit works fine, then feel free to use it
[7:03] <merrick`> i've soldered like twice in my life. I'm assuming those were crap soldering irons as well so i'll give it a shot.
[7:03] <merrick`> if i screw up the $20 kit...oh well, that's why i got it
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[7:25] <Eternias> hi
[7:26] <Eternias> anyone have experience with GPIO and raspberry pi?
[7:27] <AiGreek> a little ...
[7:27] <sir_galahad_ad> a bit why?
[7:29] <Eternias> i am first getting into it
[7:29] <Eternias> trying to make an LED light up
[7:29] <sir_galahad_ad> ok how far have you gotten?
[7:29] <Eternias> looks simple, use resistor, use LED
[7:29] <Eternias> i got it to light up
[7:29] <sir_galahad_ad> pretty much
[7:29] <Eternias> my question is...
[7:29] <Eternias> with LED, there is a "long" end and a short end
[7:30] <Eternias> if I were to "reverse" the LED so that the long end goes where the short end was
[7:30] <Eternias> vice versa
[7:30] <sir_galahad_ad> it won't light
[7:30] <Eternias> do bad things happen like the LED shorts out or something?
[7:30] <Eternias> and also... does the direction of the resistor matter?
[7:30] <sir_galahad_ad> possibly but most likely it just won't work
[7:30] <sir_galahad_ad> resistor direction does not matter
[7:30] <Eternias> okay cool
[7:31] <Eternias> do you guys typically keep your Pi on when you do these kinds of connections
[7:31] <Eternias> or do you keep it off?
[7:31] <Eternias> then turn it on only after you finish?
[7:31] <AiGreek> i always keep it on
[7:31] <Eternias> cool
[7:31] <sir_galahad_ad> i tend too keep it on but leaving it off is probably technically safer
[7:31] <Eternias> i read a tutorial that said to "keep your pi off when trying to do any connections so you dont short anything out"
[7:32] <Eternias> when connecting jumpers
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[7:32] <Eternias> but glad its safe to ignore
[7:32] <sir_galahad_ad> welll....
[7:32] <sir_galahad_ad> sort mostly safe
[7:33] <AiGreek> i'm not agree with that but ...meh, why not
[7:34] <Eternias> okay
[7:34] <Eternias> do any of you guys do robotics?
[7:34] <sir_galahad_ad> accently poke your LED with a 5v lead when you meant to use a 3.3 you could fry the LED...i don't think you can hurt the pi with it's own voltage but i'm pretty new at this
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[7:35] <Eternias> that is good to know, so make sure when joining jumper wire from PI to breadboard.. do not connect to 5v accidentally
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[7:37] <Eternias> im thinking about trying to use it with arduino
[7:37] <Eternias> and trying to get some setup where I can use PI to issue commands to arduino
[7:37] <Eternias> to communicate to a motor controller
[7:37] <Eternias> to spin a motor (attached to a wheel)
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[7:44] <Eternias> anyone know
[7:44] <Eternias> how I can operate my PI on an external battery
[7:44] <Eternias> without reliance on the "microusb plug to wall"?
[7:47] <chesty> Eternias: you need 5 volts and playing it safe, 2 amps, how you get that is irrelevant
[7:48] <AiGreek> You can even go up to 3A
[7:48] <chesty> if you have a 12 volt battery, you can use a car cigarette usb charger
[7:48] <Eternias> so your saying if I get a battery pack, doesnt matter triple A's double A's rectangular batteries
[7:48] <Eternias> its all the same
[7:48] <Eternias> as long as you have 5 volks with 2 amps
[7:49] <chesty> Eternias: exactly
[7:49] <chesty> you can get boost circuits that bump a voltage up to 5 volts, say from 3.7 of a lithium ion
[7:50] <chesty> or you can get buck circuits that drop the voltage down to 5 volts from, say, 12 volt car battery
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[7:54] <Eternias> this is great
[7:55] <Eternias> so given my current LED example
[7:55] <Eternias> i can just use the appropriate power
[7:55] <Eternias> and not have to change any of it
[7:55] <Eternias> so..... out of curiosity
[7:55] <Eternias> i want to attach an Arduino
[7:55] <Eternias> and I want to attach it to a Motor Controller that uses maybe 40 watts
[7:55] <Eternias> if i stick with wall charger
[7:56] <Eternias> i don't have to really "do anything extra" right?
[7:56] <Eternias> nothing will short out?
[7:56] <Eternias> (i just want to be extra careful)
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[7:59] <Eternias> ok bad question
[7:59] <chesty> i'm not sure Eternias, i believe arduino's gpio is 5v, and the pi is 3.3v, so i don't know if you can connect them together without extra circuits
[8:00] <Eternias> are there any guides on connecting such batteries/boost circuits?
[8:00] <Eternias> these are new concepts to me
[8:00] <Eternias> and buck circuits
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[8:01] <chesty> i don't know any of the top of my head, i would google for them when I needed them
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[8:04] <sir_galahad_ad> it depends on what the minimum voltage that represents high is if you're only doing out put from the pi
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[8:08] <Eternias> i really need to get smarter on this
[8:08] <Eternias> i want to get beyond lighting up leds
[8:08] <Eternias> and making robots
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[8:10] <Eternias> im going to follow this for the raspberry pi 2 and hope i dont short anything out
[8:10] <Eternias> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-te4qkbh28
[8:10] <Eternias> based on the video
[8:10] <sir_galahad_ad> ugh when you think you did something wrong but it's a bad LED....
[8:10] <Eternias> it looks like I can just plug the arduino via USB into the Pu
[8:10] <Eternias> anand the Pi2 can just power it
[8:10] <Eternias> lol bad LEDs are annoying
[8:10] <Eternias> its like a typo in programming code
[8:10] <MarkusDBX> Any armboard with ipmi out there?
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[8:12] <Eternias> why ipmi?
[8:12] <Eternias> looks like its not very secure... http://www.pcworld.com/article/2061980/despite-patches-supermicros-ipmi-firmware-is-far-from-secure-researchers-say.html
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[8:19] <sir_galahad_ad> woo!
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[8:24] <Xark> Awesome. :)
[8:24] <Xark> Now you need to implement a Larson scanner (aka Cylon). :)
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[8:35] <sir_galahad_ad> can do!
[8:35] <sir_galahad_ad> al though i like to think of it as KITT :P
[8:36] <BurtyB> :)
[8:36] <Xark> Well, Larson worked on that, so that works too. :)
[8:36] <sir_galahad_ad> haha!
[8:36] <sir_galahad_ad> my god
[8:36] <sir_galahad_ad> kitt was a cylon
[8:36] <Xark> http://www.evilmadscientist.com/2009/the-larson-scanner-kit/
[8:36] <sir_galahad_ad> my life is ruined
[8:37] <doomlord> larson scannerswill be fitted to self-drive cars, right?
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[8:37] <Xark> "The Larson scanner is named in honor of Glen A. Larson, the man responsible for producing both the original Battlestar Galactica and Knight Rider television shows, and consists of a set of red LEDs that scan back and forth."
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[8:37] <Xark> doomlord: I think it is a 4th law of robotics. :)
[8:37] <doomlord> it'll be a crime if no one builds one
[8:38] <Xark> A Google engineer probably already implemented it. :)
[8:38] <sir_galahad_ad> do the LEDs have to be dimmer on the leading and trailing edge of the 'scanner'?
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[8:38] <MarkusDBX> what's the point about the larson scanner?
[8:38] <MarkusDBX> looks cool?
[8:39] <sir_galahad_ad> MarkusDBX: yup
[8:39] <doomlord> i guess googles version will be 'kitt' whilst the tesla will be 'karr'
[8:39] <doomlord> or would that be apple's iKarr
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[8:40] <Xark> Well...Google could be a Cylon too. :)
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[8:40] <MarkusDBX> apple car will probably never happen =)
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[8:41] <MarkusDBX> just the way the "hoverboard" stole the consumer "segway" market, we'll probably see something similar in the car market.
[8:41] <MarkusDBX> imo the chinese doesn't need the "designed in california" anymore
[8:44] <doomlord> their home grown phones?
[8:44] <MarkusDBX> those are actually pretty good too
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[8:46] <sir_galahad_ad> China if i recall has some week trademark laws. So there are alot of products over there with names that sound alot like the big name stuff, but aren't
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[12:54] <devster31> anyone here using voidlinux?
[12:54] <Jezz> nope, not me.
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[13:05] <Jezz> a strange premade T-Cobbler purchased from Ebay...https://www.dropbox.com/s/npi2rln24ecjj6p/enhanced-color.jpeg?dl=0
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[13:07] <AiGreek> "Gpio44" ? Oo
[13:07] <Jezz> ???
[13:08] <Jezz> oh yeah, didnt notice that either
[13:08] <Jezz> but its how some of the pins are linked
[13:09] <AiGreek> weird ...
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[13:10] <Jezz> i am thinking that could damage the RPi if the GPIO's are set up in a perticular way
[13:11] <BurtyB> Jezz, is the sink screen flipped? as the ones linked are where the GND is the other side
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[13:13] <mohsen_> Hey guys, could I connect to an RPi via ssh out of the box?
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[13:13] <pyroxide> yes
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[13:14] <mohsen_> Oh the live installation contains ssh package? Am i right?
[13:14] <Jezz> BurtyB: yes i see now.
[13:14] <pyroxide> yes
[13:15] <pyroxide> raspbian requires a monitor to set up the filesystem
[13:15] <mohsen_> Because i wanted to by a hdmi to vga cable to get a vission
[13:15] <mohsen_> Buy*
[13:16] <mohsen_> Should i get one or not?
[13:16] <pyroxide> that's your decision
[13:17] <Jezz> you could just connect to a TV to set up, then after use SSH.
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[13:17] <mohsen_> If I could install arch linux via ssh and then connect to it via vnc, i wont by the cable, but is that possible?
[13:18] <mohsen_> Buy*
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[13:18] <pyroxide> ArchLinux ARM does not have network installs.
[13:18] <pyroxide> but to enable ssh on arch linux arm i believe you have to enable sshd.service
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[13:19] <pyroxide> i have to check, but i'm not sure if it's enabled by default
[13:19] <mohsen_> Is it possible finally?
[13:20] <mohsen_> Sry the guy is in the store to buy rpi for i have to respond him asap
[13:20] <mohsen_> So would you answer sooner
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[13:36] <CyberDems> hi, where does Rasbian's wireless configuration (from the GUI) get saved? I set a static IP, now im not using the gui, but the static IP is not defined in /etc/network/interfaces or the wpa_supplicant.conf file
[13:42] <ppq> CyberDems, have you looked in /etc/NetworkManager/
[13:43] <CyberDems> folder doesnt exist unfortunately
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[14:04] <TandyUK> hey guys, wondering if someone can recommend a good starter kit for rpi, which includes the board, psu, and a relay module
[14:05] <TandyUK> or a supplier that stocks like all the bits, im a bit disappointed by cpc's range
[14:05] <giddles> mostly its bad quality
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[14:05] <giddles> if you buy, i recommend to choose yourself the parts
[14:05] <giddles> and dont trust bundles :P
[14:05] <treaki__> hi
[14:05] <TandyUK> ok, so how about a suplier that stocks it all :P
[14:05] <treaki__> i need to setup wifi on my pi
[14:06] <giddles> in germany i get a shitty DC supply, a crappy case and a gn standart wlan
[14:06] <giddles> :D
[14:06] <giddles> no not n
[14:06] <giddles> i mean the slow one
[14:06] <TandyUK> b? lol
[14:06] <giddles> i feel like the sherrif of nottingham robbed me
[14:07] <giddles> my dealer here is such a bitch, to save transport cost or whatever he dont send manual with
[14:08] <TandyUK> well tbh the first project is just a prototype, s for that id be happy with a bundle, as long as it comes with all the manuals etc :P
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[14:08] <TandyUK> but i agree when we actually build the final system we dont want any shitty components
[14:08] <giddles> well i payed around 70 euro for all
[14:09] <giddles> you may need a wlan stick, a closed case, a DC supply and a micro sdcard :P
[14:09] <giddles> i can send you my shitty one :D
[14:09] <TandyUK> no way wlan is going anywhere near it ;)
[14:09] <TandyUK> and case is irrelevant, as this will be part of a larger system
[14:09] <chesty> i got mine plus accessories from ebay, but you have to shop around. sometimes there's a pi markup.
[14:09] * mlelstv fortunately didn't buy a rpi because it is cheap
[14:10] <TandyUK> cost matter very little too tbh
[14:10] <giddles> 79eur per rpi is cheap?
[14:10] <giddles> :)
[14:10] <giddles> i got now 9 or 10
[14:10] <giddles> i dont knew ;D
[14:10] <TandyUK> a good qulity bit of hardware is what im after :P
[14:10] <giddles> the dc supply should be oki dok
[14:10] <giddles> get for an b2 the 2.5a ones
[14:11] <TandyUK> dc psu will be seperate too tbh long term
[14:11] <giddles> no problem connecting usb things
[14:11] <giddles> :)
[14:11] <TandyUK> i'll be drivign 2x rpi's and various other components, to be switched by the relay boards
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[14:11] <TandyUK> this is for an 'alarm' system which needs to recieve an email alert, and set off a siren/light
[14:12] <giddles> lol
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[14:12] <TandyUK> the 2 rpis are to protect against crashes, so one rpi can reboot the other (via the 5v dc supply going through a NC contact on the relay
[14:12] <giddles> why only alarm? i do suvelliance on rpi
[14:12] <giddles> :D
[14:12] <TandyUK> my client has very specific requirments, the main one of which is 100% reliability
[14:12] <giddles> rpinoir cam
[14:12] <giddles> and an ir light
[14:13] <giddles> 840nm works fine
[14:13] <giddles> only black and white but to see in the dark its just fine
[14:13] <giddles> :D
[14:13] <Jezz> TandyUK: for a stockist. try modmypi.com
[14:14] <TandyUK> ok 5 versions lol
[14:15] <TandyUK> rpi2 model b best choice for somethign new?
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[14:17] <giddles> its a quad vs a single core cpu
[14:17] <giddles> no more 100% ;D
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[14:17] <giddles> 1gig ram
[14:17] <giddles> its piturbo ^^
[14:17] <TandyUK> lol if this syetm ever sees 1% cpu i'd be amazed
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[14:18] <giddles> pi b2 has more options and oppotunitys
[14:18] <giddles> i run suvelliance on it
[14:18] <giddles> samba, ftp ^^
[14:18] <giddles> ircd, eggdrops
[14:19] <giddles> https://ubuntu-mate.org/raspberry-pi/
[14:19] <TandyUK> hmm whats a 240v capable relay board called?
[14:19] <giddles> its a few dollar/pound/euro more, so get a b2
[14:19] <mlelstv> a death trap?
[14:19] <TandyUK> lol
[14:20] <Jezz> lol
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[14:23] <TandyUK> gr modmipi, add a bloody 'in stock only' option :P
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[14:25] <TandyUK> grr ffs i keep finding things that would be suitable, and theyre discontinued lol
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[14:29] <Jezz> you could try ebay, but look out for badly or incorectly made items.
[14:29] <TandyUK> i wont buy from ebay period
[14:29] <Jezz> just this week i had a bad GPIO cobbler.
[14:30] <Jezz> Cant blame you to be honnest.
[14:30] <Jezz> what are you looking for?
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[14:33] <TandyUK> 240v capable relay board
[14:34] <TandyUK> for rpi2 B
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[14:34] <Jezz> http://www.modmypi.com/raspberry-pi/breakout-boards/ciseco/slice-of-relay-rpi-dual-relay-board/?search=relay
[14:35] <TandyUK> yeah i found one too i think
[14:35] <Jezz> if you only need 2 relays that is.
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[14:36] <TandyUK> yeah thats fine
[14:36] <Jezz> but you would want to mount it in a insulated enclosure as the back would be live with 240v
[14:36] <TandyUK> tbh i may only need the one, but we'll see
[14:36] <TandyUK> oh hell yeah
[14:36] <TandyUK> i am electrician btw :)
[14:36] <Jezz> here, have an egg to suck too lol...
[14:36] <TandyUK> the rpi, psu and associated kit will all be in its own IP44 housing
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[14:37] <TandyUK> tbh i may only need 12v relays, but id rather be safe
[14:37] <TandyUK> and keep my options open for the light/siren
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[14:37] <Jezz> that'll be ideal then.
[14:37] <Jezz> i use one to turn my Central heating on and off.
[14:39] <ozzzy_> I use a smart thermostat
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[14:41] <mlelstv> http://www.sainsmart.com/8-channel-dc-5v-relay-module-for-arduino-pic-arm-dsp-avr-msp430-ttl-logic.html
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[14:55] <treaki__> hi
[14:56] <treaki__> i would like to aktivate wifi client on my raspi
[14:56] <treaki__> problem is:
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[14:57] <TandyUK> problem is wifi lol, use a cable ;)
[14:57] <treaki__> https://gist.github.com/anonymous/41dda067d0c28394712c
[14:57] <treaki__> cant use cable in my rented home ;(
[14:58] <treaki__> i have an usb wifi adapter but it isnt shown as network device
[14:58] <treaki__> but on my desktop debian it is working
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[14:58] <treaki__> with this usb device
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[14:59] <TandyUK> sure you can, my landlord has no problem with me running cables
[14:59] <TandyUK> they just have to be removed beofre we move out, and any holes etc filled
[14:59] <TandyUK> and legally speaking, they cannot refuse a reasonable request to run cables for tv/phone/broadband/etc
[15:00] <TandyUK> in the uk at least
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[15:00] <Jezz> treaki__, have you tried following this.. https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruits-raspberry-pi-lesson-3-network-setup/setting-up-wifi-with-occidentalis
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[15:02] <Jezz> what the landlords dont know, they dont need to worry about ;)
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[15:02] <needingsleep3> Supposed to be working. Instead, listening to Cryptonomicon and drawing one of my coworkers as a badger with a fireman's hardhat.
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[15:03] <Jezz> badger with a hardhat... hmm the mind boggles
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[15:03] <needingsleep3> I'm not even drunk
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[15:13] <CyberDems> just enabled ssh on my new pi 2 b running rasbian, but can't log into ssh remotely using default pi/rasberry user/password combination -- "Permission denied, please try again."? this a common problem?
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[15:14] <Jezz> pi / raspberry
[15:14] <Jezz> not rasberry
[15:15] <gordonDrogon> Can I have a P please, Bob?
[15:15] <gordonDrogon> (old TV joke)
[15:15] <Jezz> sure. toilets are over there --->
[15:15] <BurtyB> going for the gold run gordonDrogon?
[15:15] <Jezz> blockbusters
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[15:17] <TandyUK> [14:01] <Jezz> what the landlords dont know, they dont need to worry about ;) << This too :P
[15:17] <CyberDems> Jezz: ah, ty. that's pretty embarrasing, haha xD
[15:17] <gordonDrogon> technically I was too old to watch it, however...
[15:17] <CyberDems> working ty
[15:18] <Jezz> hehe. try hiding a staffie bull terroer when the landlord does a house check ;)
[15:18] <Jezz> no probs CyberDems, i only know that as i kept on makeing the same mistake once.
[15:19] <CyberDems> xD
[15:19] <gordonDrogon> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blockbusters_%28UK_game_show%29#Main_game
[15:19] <CyberDems> wont make that one again i hope lol
[15:19] <Jezz> no, because you should now change your default password :P
[15:19] <CyberDems> :-)
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[15:21] <NicoHood> I just installed kodi on my raspbian. however it starts kodi in DMT rather than CEA hdmi mode. Even though i have set it explicit in config.txt. I also tried to change it with tvservice, but the screen keeps black again. any ideas how to fix it? (my screen is blurry in DMT)
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[15:38] <treaki__> Jezz, the porblem is that the wifi stick isnt dedected at all
[15:38] <treaki__> TandyUK, ok then i am to lazy to pull a cable through all my rooms...
[15:39] <sir_galahad_ad> o/
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[15:40] <treaki__> so the question is how can i install the wifi drivers for that stick so it shows up as an network device
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[15:41] <Jezz> treaki__, is it not listed when you do lsusb?
[15:41] <Jezz> looks like its device 004 on that link you posted earler.
[15:41] <Jezz> Bus 001 Device 004: ID 0cf3:7015 Atheros Communications, Inc. TP-Link TL-WN821N v3 / TL-WN822N v2 802.11n [Atheros AR7010+AR9287]
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[15:53] <treaki__> Jezz, yes it is listet using lsusb
[15:53] <treaki__> but not as a network device using ifconfig -a (list all network devices)
[15:53] <treaki__> so i guess it is a problem with the network drivers
[15:54] <treaki__> cause i can use this stick on my linux desktop maschiene probable the question is how to get it to work on the raspi, so how to install the missing driver
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[17:20] <Luyin> I installed raspbian on our RPi, and then I wanted to remove packages/applications I don't need. one I don't need or want is "sonic-pi". but all attempts to remove it fail. how do I get rid of it?
[17:20] <Luyin> I'm trying to reinstall sonic-pi now, because apt tells me it's damaged and ought to be reinstalled before removal. but when I try, apt hangs completely, not doing anything anymore. I cancelled the update/upgrade command, but it's still not reacting. is there anything I can do beside killing the apt/dpkg-related processes?
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[17:32] <Luyin> I've run apt-get clean, apt-get update now and was asked to run "dpkg --configure -a", which I did. do I "update" again now, or "upgrade"? or what else?
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[17:34] <Jezz> always best to update before upgrade.
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[18:36] <vikaton> Hi
[18:36] <vikaton> in terms of low level GPIO programming
[18:37] <sir_galahad_ad> yes?
[18:37] <vikaton> whats the distinct difference between memory mapping to /dev/mem and just mutating the addresses directly?
[18:38] <vikaton> not the address, the value which the addresses point to
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[18:42] <sprocket> hello, all
[18:43] <sir_galahad_ad> vikaton: i dont know :(
[18:43] <sir_galahad_ad> Hello sprocket
[18:43] <vikaton> :(
[18:43] <sprocket> quick question regarding the wiringPi library - has it been updated to support RPi2’s?
[18:43] <vikaton> Ive seen both implementations
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[18:43] <vikaton> sprocket: I believe so
[18:43] <vikaton> I used wiringPi on my rPi 2
[18:43] <sir_galahad_ad> sprocket: afaik rpi2 is exactly the same as far as gpio no?
[18:44] <Chillum> Nice! I put my Pi Zero with wifi dongle on a 10000mAh(advertised value, probably 2/3 that) usb battery bank and it is on its 25th hour now, still 35% left on battery
[18:44] <vikaton> sir_galahad_ad: rPi2 has a different GPIO base address
[18:44] <vikaton> but thats the only difference
[18:44] <sprocket> sir_galahad_ad - i thought that rpi2’s had a 40pin gpio
[18:44] <sir_galahad_ad> sprocket: they do, but so do the rpi A+ and B+
[18:44] <sprocket> sir_galahad_ad - and that rpi1’s had fewer pins
[18:44] <sprocket> ah, ok
[18:44] <sprocket> newbie questions here, thanks :)
[18:45] <vikaton> rPi2 has a base of 0x3F000000
[18:45] <vikaton> rPi has a base of 0x2000000 i believe
[18:46] <Chillum> the pi 2 only gets 6 hours uptime on the same setup
[18:47] <sir_galahad_ad> Chillum: awesome
[18:47] <vikaton> well, doesnt the pi2 use alot more resources?
[18:47] <Chillum> very happy with the low power usage of the zero
[18:47] <Chillum> though without wifi it consumes so little power my battery bank turns off
[18:48] <Chillum> measuring on my multimeter the wifi doubles the power consumption of an idle pi
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[18:57] <Hix> is it normal for raspbian Jessie to take 47 mins to write to µSD card?
[18:57] <bortzmeyer> Hix: depends on the size of the file...
[18:58] <Hix> I've not had to format a µSD for Pi in about a year, just had one go down. I'm sure it never took that long before. It's the standard image from .org site
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[19:01] <Chillum> if I get 26 hours on a 10500mAh battery then I should be able to run it for 2 hours from a tiny little 800mAh battery like they use on toy helicopters. I am going to make a shield with a boost converter and 800mAh battery and try to keep it in the form factor of the zero
[19:03] <TandyUK> Hix: suggest the sd card is dead/dying imho
[19:04] <Roonix> What were you doing for those 26 hours? Was that idle or being used or what?
[19:04] <Chillum> I have had that issue before, changing to another microsd card helped
[19:04] <Hix> working fine in a Nikon D810... TandyUK
[19:04] <Chillum> I tend to be hard on my memory cards though, heavy writing for long periods
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[19:13] <gordonDrogon> sprocket, yes, wiringPi has worked on the Pi v2 since day -1 of its release.
[19:13] <gordonDrogon> sudo apt-get install wiringPi
[19:14] <sprocket> gordonDrogon: i think i was just getting confused about wiringPi pins vs BCM vs Board
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> or get from source and re-compile.
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[19:14] <gordonDrogon> sprocket, try: gpio readall to get a full rable.
[19:14] <Jezz> are you Gordon who wrote wiringPi?
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> sprocket, er, full table of the gpio pins.
[19:14] <sprocket> gordonDrogon: thanks, will too :)
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> Jezz, yes.
[19:14] <sprocket> er, will do
[19:14] <Jezz> oh hi, and thankyou for making life easier :)
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> gpio readall is the best command as it understands all the Pi variants.
[19:15] <gordonDrogon> Jezz, cheers!
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[19:32] <Hix> Right wierd situation with a remote pi. Cannot ping it or ssh, but I can access it via web (apache showing directory listing. Any ideas as to how to speak to it?
[19:35] <Encrypt> Hix, Ports might have suddenly closed
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[19:36] <SpeedEvil> Hix: do you hve something in the way that might be proxying http
[19:36] <Hix> Encrypt: dunno how to open them, cant reboot remotely
[19:37] <Hix> SpeedEvil: there never was, something went awry on a programe update.
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[19:39] <Hix> I say remote pi. It is on the lan it's just up a tree down the garden powered with PoE. The ip is showing up with arp -a too
[19:40] <Hix> I am very reluctant to pull power lead as corruption is very likely in my expereience
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[19:42] <telling> po
[19:43] <Encrypt> <Hix> I am very reluctant to pull power lead as corruption is very likely in my expereience // Same here
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[19:44] <SpeedEvil> Not responding to ping is odd.
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[19:44] <litb> hello all
[19:44] <litb> what distribution do you recommend to use with kodi?
[19:45] <Hix> i know SpeedEvil. Infuriating too. I don't get how I cannot ping, but can navigate through apache directories in a browser
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[19:45] <litb> openelec or raspbmc? I read that openelec is a completely own linux distribution. will it provide the basic packages and kernel modules that I need like accessing GPIO pins etc?
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[19:48] <vikaton> I got it
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[19:49] <vikaton> The difference between direct GPIO pointer mutation and memory mapping is that the former is OS independant
[19:49] <vikaton> basically writing a kernel to control the GPIO pins without any OS
[19:49] <vikaton> while Memory Mapping is OS dependant
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[19:51] <agopo> Hey fellas, do you know a Spotify CLI client that works on RaspPi2 with Ubuntu Mate?
[19:52] <styler2go> Hi, maybe someone in here can help me. I got a wifi controller for my led stripe and i want to control it from my rpi. There is only an androdi app to control it. Any idea how i can get that working?
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[19:58] <Encrypt> Hum, I'm wondering
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[19:58] <Encrypt> Considering "top"...
[19:58] <Encrypt> ... and the CPU usage displayed
[19:58] <Encrypt> What is the maximum if I sum up the CPU usage of each process?
[19:59] <Encrypt> Is it 400% or 100%?
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[20:02] <lupinedk> Encrypt RPI 2?
[20:02] <admiralspark> Encrypt, hold on, let me check
[20:02] <Encrypt> lupinedk, Yes
[20:04] <admiralspark> Encrypt, I think it's 100%
[20:04] <admiralspark> but that meant
[20:04] <admiralspark> means you're using all 4 cores 100%
[20:05] <Encrypt> Ok
[20:05] <admiralspark> a good indicator to check
[20:05] <Encrypt> Then 25% is the max for a monocore task
[20:05] <admiralspark> hmm
[20:05] <admiralspark> sort of
[20:05] <admiralspark> well
[20:06] <admiralspark> according to top?
[20:06] <admiralspark> use htop :P
[20:06] <admiralspark> also, look at the load average
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[20:06] <admiralspark> 1.0 load average on a 4 core processor means the equivalent of one cpu being 100% is happening
[20:06] <admiralspark> could also mean 25% on each core, ideally
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[20:07] <Encrypt> Ok :)
[20:07] <Encrypt> Thanks :)
[20:08] <admiralspark> Encrypt, I'm checking a busy 3 core server right now and it looks like if you add up your cpu times, you'll get 100x # of cores if it's all maxed out, but each single thread will only show up to 100%
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[20:08] <admiralspark> which is probably because you can't split one thread across multiple CPUs :)
[20:08] <Encrypt> Yeah
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[20:25] <Luyin> this might be an obvious question, but I've searched google for a while now and haven't come up with something obvious. I'm ssh-ing to my rpi, and I want it to start an X session on the TV it's connected to via HDMI. can I somehow achieve this without connecting an external keyboard to the pi?
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[20:31] <ali1234> yes just run startx
[20:31] <speakquietly> I don't know that you can control an X session on your tv from ssh
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[20:31] <ali1234> didn't ask to be able to control it
[20:31] <ali1234> in any case you can control it with a bit more work
[20:32] <ShorTie> you can use raspi-config to boot to desktop
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[20:32] <sprocket> you should be able to control the xserver from any other computer on the network, assuming that it has privileges
[20:32] <shauno> if you have /etc/x11/Xwrapper.config, look for the like allowed_users=console .. that's what stops you running startx via a ssh session. you can set it to 'anybody' to allow it
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[20:32] <sprocket> ie) on another computer, just set the $DISPLAY environment variable to the rpi’s xserver
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[20:38] <Luyin> ShorTie: well, that's a first! I'm asked for a password, looks like the lightdm login :)
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[20:38] <ShorTie> should boot right in as pi
[20:38] <Luyin> but I've set it to autologin
[20:39] <ShorTie> or did you change users ??
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[20:39] <Luyin> ShorTie: I have added an administrator account, and had removed user pi. I have added "pi" again now
[20:40] <Berg> Hello world
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[20:42] <H4ndy> meh, since I have connected my external exFAT drive to Windows and checked it for errors I cannot use it anymore on my Rapsi .__.
[20:42] <H4ndy> it connects but as soon as I try to access files on it, I only get "Transport Endpoint not available"
[20:42] <Luyin> but I'm still asked for a password. do I need to remove the password from the "pi" user?
[20:42] <Luyin> seems insecure
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[20:43] <ShorTie> no, i'd say pi is not setup right
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[20:43] <ShorTie> do a wipe/reload
[20:44] <Luyin> hmm how do I do that? I don't see an option in raspi-config for that
[20:44] <H4ndy> is NTFS better supported than exFAT on linux?
[20:45] <ShorTie> write a image to the sdcard
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[20:48] <Luyin> ShorTie: damn, hoped I could avoid this. ok, thank you
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[20:48] <Berg> shortie can you rename the pi account and then will outologin still work?
[20:49] <ShorTie> gotta see what all groups pi is in
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[20:49] <ShorTie> but i'd just leave pi and change the password
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[20:56] <Luyin> $%&^ hardcoding
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[21:00] <jjham> Jeez, just be root
[21:00] <jjham> sudo su -
[21:00] <jjham> passwd
[21:00] <jjham> Done.
[21:01] <ShorTie> i always play as root ssh'd in
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[21:03] <jjham> If you're messing with the GPIO or anything you'll want to be root anyway.
[21:04] <jjham> Not like you're running a multi-user system.
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[21:25] <Berg> why is it raining?
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[21:26] <ShorTie> too much moisture in the air maybe .. :/~
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[21:27] <gordonDrogon> jjham, you don't always need to be root to use the GPIO on the Pi now ...
[21:27] <sir_galahad_ad> oh?
[21:28] <jjham> If the Pi ain't wen WTF cares?
[21:28] <jjham> wet
[21:28] <Berg> lost me
[21:28] <jjham> This channel is about the RPi, not the weather.
[21:29] <gordonDrogon> it's also family friendly...
[21:29] * sir_galahad_ad doesn't recall the rules saying all conversation had to be on topic
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[21:30] <Berg> I was just letting all know i said hi and its raining
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[21:30] <ShorTie> oh
[21:30] <ShorTie> Good Morning
[21:30] <Berg> sorry i wont let it happen again ...i have hurts on the feelings
[21:31] <sir_galahad_ad> Berg: i think you're fine
[21:31] <jjham> Gee it's cold here and will start snowing tomorrow - looking for at least 24" of lake effect snow.
[21:31] <Berg> actualy thisd photodiode i got has random output
[21:31] <jjham> Who cares.
[21:32] <gordonDrogon> about a photodiode? some people might if it's attached to aPi ..
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[21:32] <Berg> it is
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[21:32] <gordonDrogon> or the weather...
[21:32] <jjham> No the snow I mentioned.
[21:32] <gordonDrogon> revrese biased diodes are often used as a source of random noise (ie. is it the right way round? :)
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[21:33] <Berg> well im have it on a module i bought on ebay and it has a power grnd and DO and AD
[21:33] <gordonDrogon> got a link to it?
[21:34] <Berg> i hook it to the pi but the do output is random hi and low
[21:34] <Berg> one sec
[21:34] <jjham> Berg: Do you have a pull up, or pull down?
[21:34] <jjham> That's normally the problem.
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[21:35] <Berg> http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sensitive-Photosensitive-Photodiode-Module-Light-Brightness-Detection-/351612138996?hash=item51ddb775f4:g:WScAAOSwYHxWKec-
[21:35] <Berg> i set its state to in
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[21:35] <Berg> and then check its output its rand 1 or 0 check after check
[21:35] <gordonDrogon> ok. are you using the DO pin?
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[21:36] <Berg> yes
[21:36] <gordonDrogon> it sort of suggests it's a digital output so shouldn't need a pull up/down.
[21:37] <gordonDrogon> however if you have wiringPi installed, then try : gpio mode $pin up
[21:37] <Berg> im get the code from the pi and paste one sec
[21:37] <gordonDrogon> or where $pin is the wiringPi pin number, or; gpio -g mode $bcm_gpio_pin up
[21:37] <jjham> It probably needs a pull up resistor.
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[21:40] <gordonDrogon> just checle - the lm393 that it's using is an open collector output, so yes - enable the internal pull-up and it'll work better.
[21:41] <The_Borg> <----berg http://pastebin.com/fYAcPKEJ
[21:41] <Berg> hmm
[21:42] <Berg> so i should set the pin every time?
[21:42] <Berg> before i test?
[21:42] <gordonDrogon> easy to just get wiringPi and do it from the command line than to write a program - for testing, anyway.
[21:42] <gordonDrogon> you only need to set the pull-up/down once per reboot.
[21:42] <jjham> What pin are you looking at?
[21:42] <Berg> see paste
[21:42] <jjham> There is a AO and a DO?
[21:43] <gordonDrogon> to e.g. constantly read a pin, then: while true; do echo -n `gpio -g read $pin` ; done
[21:44] <Berg> thasts gona work if i install wiring from command line without any scripts?
[21:44] <jjham> So your looking at pin2
[21:44] <jjham> ?
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[21:44] <gordonDrogon> Berg, yes. sudo apt-get install wiringpi
[21:44] <gordonDrogon> since you're using board pin numbers, then:
[21:44] <gordonDrogon> to e.g. constantly read a pin, then: while true; do echo -n `gpio -1 read 15` ; done
[21:45] <jjham> gordonDrogon: Are you the creator of WiringPi?
[21:45] <gordonDrogon> and gpio -1 mode 15 up
[21:45] <gordonDrogon> jjham, yup.
[21:45] <Berg> best time to ask these things is when a god is here
[21:45] <jjham> Ant thus the creator of all the comfusion.
[21:45] * Berg snickers
[21:45] <gordonDrogon> I'm not confused.
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[21:45] <agopo> I want to increase font size in tty. When I dpkg-reconfigure console-setup, it works fine. But after reboot, the settings are reverted back to default. Anyone know a fix for that?
[21:46] <gordonDrogon> agopo, not something I've done for decades, but have a look in /etc/default/console-setup
[21:47] <The_Borg> ok wiringpi is installed
[21:47] <agopo> gordonDrogon: The settings are correctly saved in there. Seems they just aren't loaded during boot.
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[21:48] <jjham> gordonDrogon: I disagree, the interface was extremely confusing to me to me coming into this platform.
[21:48] <The_Borg> example of output gordonDrogon
[21:48] <The_Borg> pi@raspberrypi ~/Desktop $ while true; do echo -n `gpio -1 read 15` ; done
[21:48] <The_Borg> 001001111111001101101
[21:48] <gordonDrogon> The_Borg, yup - that's random.
[21:48] <The_Borg> see random
[21:48] <The_Borg> hahahha
[21:48] <gordonDrogon> The_Borg, now try: gpio -1 mode 15 up
[21:48] <gordonDrogon> then run it again.
[21:48] <The_Borg> i thin k i said t5hat
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[21:49] <The_Borg> gpio -1 mode 15 up
[21:49] <The_Borg> pi@raspberrypi ~/Desktop $ while true; do echo -n `gpio -1 read 15` ; done
[21:49] <The_Borg> 111111111111111111111111111111111
[21:49] <ali1234> jjham: what interface?
[21:49] <The_Borg> why is it so?
[21:49] <gordonDrogon> jjham, stick to either board pins or bcm_gpio pins. wiringPi has it's own pin numbering scheme - based on the original gpio diagram that was published before the Pi was even sold ...
[21:50] <gordonDrogon> The_Borg, ok - so now fiddle with the level pot, and light/dark it ...
[21:50] <The_Borg> thats interestiong result
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[21:50] <The_Borg> its 20meters away so im gona have a long day
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[21:50] <The_Borg> hahah thanks gordonDrogon
[21:50] <gordonDrogon> basically the mode command has set an internal pull-up resistor. (about 50K but usually good enough)
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[21:52] <jjham> gordonDrogon: I understand that. As an Electronic Engineer, it's quit confusing to deal with your library that tries to lay the Adriano pins on the Pi.
[21:52] <gordonDrogon> jjham, it's made 1000's of arduino users happy though.
[21:53] <jjham> I'm sure it has, but mad may RPi users confused.
[21:53] <gordonDrogon> and it doesn't force it on you - you have the choice of 3 different schemes.
[21:53] <jjham> I understand that.
[21:53] <jjham> But it's the first best choice for getting to the GPIO ports.
[21:53] <gordonDrogon> it does have the small advantage that the wiringPi pin numbers didn't change when they did a board revision on the Pi and changed 3 pins ...
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[21:54] <jjham> True.
[21:54] <gordonDrogon> a bit like "pin 13" is always the status LEd on an arduino no matte what the underlying chip is ...
[21:54] <jjham> gordonDrogon: It's not bad, just confusing...
[21:55] <jjham> I don't want to degrade your excellent work.
[21:55] <gordonDrogon> I've had death threats over it. Not something I lose sleep over ...
[21:55] <jjham> Thank you, you work got me results off the GPIO quickly.
[21:56] <jjham> Really?
[21:56] <jjham> That's nuts!
[21:57] <gordonDrogon> there are many odd people out there. maybe just more frustrated than some!
[21:57] <jjham> Well I for one appreciate your work.
[21:57] <jjham> Thank you.
[21:57] <gordonDrogon> thanks.
[21:58] <gordonDrogon> wish I had a bit more time to spend on it right now though, however other things have cropped up..
[21:58] <gordonDrogon> I have plans and ideas for the next big revision - just need a bit of time.
[21:59] <jjham> I know how that goes.
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[22:04] <Berg> grr now its perm on
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[22:04] <Berg> it should show off
[22:04] <Berg> maybe the module is junk
[22:04] <gordonDrogon> do you have a voltmeter?
[22:04] <Berg> multimeter
[22:04] <Berg> yes
[22:04] <speakquietly> Do you want pull-down?
[22:04] <speakquietly> This discussion was had yesterday
[22:04] <gordonDrogon> you'd need to connect a resistor to test it without the Pi.
[22:05] <Berg> i want it to register if light on or off
[22:05] <gordonDrogon> speakquietly, the output of the comparitor is open collector NPN, so it needs a pull-up.
[22:05] <Berg> hmm
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[22:05] <Berg> i have iut on 3v will that matter?
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[22:05] <speakquietly> Thanks, gordonDro
[22:06] <gordonDrogon> shouldn't. you could start by checking the output of the photodiode.
[22:07] <gordonDrogon> actualy, I've just looked at it - there is a "DO Diode.."
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[22:07] <gordonDrogon> does that ever flicker?
[22:07] <gordonDrogon> er, DO LED..
[22:08] <gordonDrogon> oh hang on - I've just found the schematic...
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[22:10] <gordonDrogon> but it doesn't help.
[22:10] <Berg> its on when the green diode is lit and off when not
[22:10] <Berg> bit the print out never changes
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[22:10] <Berg> so itsw eithewr the coide or the module is rubbish
[22:10] <gordonDrogon> ok, test the Pi:
[22:11] <Berg> ill look at what happens with a multi meter
[22:11] <gordonDrogon> disconnect the module from the Pi, then: gpio -1 mode 15 up ; gpio -1 read 15 - expect 1.
[22:11] <Berg> ha ok
[22:11] <gordonDrogon> then gpio -1 mode 15 down ; gpio -1 read 15 - expect 0
[22:11] <Berg> ok
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[22:13] <gordonDrogon> you probably don't need the pull-up anyway, but it won't do any harm to use it. (gpio -1 mode 15 up)
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[22:13] <gordonDrogon> the schmatic shows a resistor + led conneced between the 3.3v supply and the DO pin - which is connected to the comparitor which is an open-collector output.
[22:14] <gordonDrogon> so my approach would be to test the module with just power alone - no data connection. Get it to a state where you can shine a totch on it & get the DO led to light, then go off when you remove the torch.
[22:15] <The_Borg> so use the DO pin on pin 15?
[22:15] <gordonDrogon> then once you get that going, connect it to the Pi.
[22:15] <The_Borg> ok be a while
[22:15] <The_Borg> thanks
[22:15] <gordonDrogon> and here is the confusion that jjham talks of - what pin to connect it to. Use the command: gpio readall to get a visual diagram of the gpio connector.
[22:16] <gordonDrogon> the physical board pins are the ones in the very middle.
[22:16] <jjham> The Pi has no analog input pins. Only digital pins.
[22:16] <gordonDrogon> yes, so we use the DO pin on the module - which is a digital output.
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[22:17] <gordonDrogon> but get the module working first with just power before connecting it to the Pi.
[22:17] <t3chguy> wait what
[22:18] <t3chguy> gordonDrogon: you've had death threats over what?
[22:18] <jjham> Didn't I bring this 1/2 hour ago?
[22:18] <jjham> Yeah I shocked too!
[22:18] <gordonDrogon> t3chguy, wiringPi pin numbers.
[22:18] <t3chguy> wow
[22:19] <t3chguy> I should say
[22:19] <t3chguy> I've not yet had chance to use WiringPi
[22:19] <t3chguy> but will install it momentarily
[22:19] <t3chguy> to see what you mean by a visual diagram
[22:19] <gordonDrogon> other things too, but they're not important here. If you stick your nose out far enough in just anbout anything people will complain....
[22:20] <ali1234> gpio readall?
[22:20] <jjham> I can admit, I've been unhappy, but never considered anything like a threat.
[22:20] <gordonDrogon> http://unicorn.drogon.net/pins.txt
[22:20] <t3chguy> gordonDrogon: its like you don't want me to install it xD
[22:20] <ali1234> it needs a compute module mode
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[22:20] <gordonDrogon> ali1234, it has a CM mode...
[22:20] <ali1234> it needs a compute module mode that you can force to run on any pi
[22:20] <gordonDrogon> or at least it did have - I admit I've not fired up my CM for some time.
[22:20] <ali1234> and that actually works
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[22:21] <gordonDrogon> when wiringPi detects its on a CM it only works with native bcm_gpio pin numbers.
[22:21] <ali1234> sure
[22:22] <ali1234> i just want it to dump every BCM pin from 0-53, in order, regardless of what pi i run it on
[22:22] <ali1234> in the end i wrote my own
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[22:23] <jjham> Then what's the problem, it you have your own solution?
[22:23] <ali1234> i did try to adapt wiringpi to do this but i couldn't understand how it maps the numbers and whatever i tried it just crashed with segfaults
[22:23] <gordonDrogon> ali1234, it's all done in the gpio program.
[22:23] <ali1234> well, i didn't release my tool, so it's of no benefit to anybody else
[22:23] <ali1234> yes i know
[22:23] <ali1234> i specifically tried to adapt gpio
[22:24] <ali1234> but i couldn't figure out how to get the gpio number for a pin that isn't on the header
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[22:25] <ali1234> and internally all the functions seem to use your internal numbering, map to bcm with a table, do the operation, then map back
[22:25] <gordonDrogon> they don't...
[22:25] <gordonDrogon> in native mode there is no mapping.
[22:25] <gordonDrogon> it's marginally faster than any other mode.
[22:25] <ali1234> "native" mode?
[22:25] <jjham> ali1234: Are you using the BCM manual???
[22:25] <ali1234> jjham: using?
[22:25] <gordonDrogon> with the -g flag, or wiringPiSetupGpio() ;
[22:26] <gordonDrogon> as a hack, if you patched readall.c to always call cmReadall() then it should do what you want.
[22:26] <ali1234> i tried that, it doesn't list everything
[22:27] <ali1234> i also tried altering the loops
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[22:28] <gordonDrogon> http://unicorn.drogon.net/cmreadall.txt
[22:28] <gordonDrogon> that orked.
[22:28] <ali1234> it clearly didn't
[22:28] <ali1234> it looks like it did
[22:29] * gordonDrogon ponders
[22:29] <ali1234> but it's all wrong
[22:29] <ali1234> there are only 54 gpios for a start
[22:29] <ali1234> (let me check that)
[22:29] <gordonDrogon> reload it. needed the -g flag.
[22:29] <ali1234> right, only 54
[22:30] <ali1234> you still have 56?
[22:30] <gordonDrogon> that's not really important.
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[22:31] <ali1234> and unless that is an actual CM or you have some other unusual setup, 52 and 53 should be ALT3
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[22:31] <ali1234> output from my tool: http://paste.debian.net/366193/
[22:32] <jjham> I contend, that if you're not fond of what Gordon has done, use the provided library and write your own code.
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[22:33] <promet> Hi, I'm starting vnc server on my pi with a 1920x1080 resolution. when I connect, the resulting x window is the right size, but the pi video resolution of occupies a much smaller resolution within this window. Does anyone know a fix for this?
[22:33] <ali1234> i'm not even allowed to reporet bugs now?
[22:33] <gordonDrogon> jjham, I'm ok with someone else doing similar - actually, looks like I have some bugs here - checking now.
[22:33] <gordonDrogon> trouble is, I think no-one is actually using CMs... or if they are who knows what they're using on it...
[22:33] <promet> I'm giving the -geometry parameter on the command line, might this need to be in a conf file? This is xtightvncserver, bte
[22:33] <ali1234> i'm not using a CM either
[22:34] <promet> bte = btw
[22:34] <ali1234> i just needed a full dump of the pins
[22:34] <ali1234> including ones not on the header
[22:34] <gordonDrogon> I'm on a Pi2.
[22:34] <ali1234> me too
[22:34] <ali1234> your dump seems correct except for 52-55
[22:34] <ali1234> not sure what's going on there
[22:35] <gordonDrogon> so what's 52 & 53? they're marked 'internal' on the manual.
[22:35] <ali1234> i have i2c and spi enabled, which accounts for the differences
[22:35] <ali1234> they are part of the on-board SD card slot
[22:35] <ali1234> 48-53 are a SD host, 47 is the activity led
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[22:36] <ali1234> they are also programmable GPIOs like all the others
[22:37] <ali1234> my version of the gpio function table: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nUnaWl_veBKlnqsDwPQUYZNKKiIYhf8f8a6e_bd1cKc/edit?usp=sharing
[22:37] <ali1234> i am trying to fill in the gaps
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[22:45] <gordonDrogon> I've gone through my code and can't see anything obviously wrong with it now it correcly looks at the 54 'pins'. Hm.
[22:45] <ali1234> those top registers aren't fully packed
[22:46] <gordonDrogon> oh - might have an off-by one error. hang on.
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[22:49] <gordonDrogon> http://unicorn.drogon.net/cmreadall.txt <-- still see 52&53 as IN.
[22:50] <ali1234> http://paste.debian.net/366195/
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[22:52] <gordonDrogon> ok. just ran it... scratching my head now...
[22:52] <ali1234> sorry... told you it didn't work tho :)
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[22:54] <gordonDrogon> yea... weird.
[22:54] <ali1234> are you mapping a large enough window into the gpio? i assume you go direct
[22:54] <gordonDrogon> in theory there is nothing different - I just use look-up tables to get the registers.
[22:55] <ali1234> yeah i saw those... that's when i noped out and wrote my own :)
[22:56] <gordonDrogon> they're marginally faster than doing the calculation on the Pi.
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[22:58] <Berg> ok gordonDrogon the pin DO on the sensor is at .08v when green led is on and 3.25v when green led is off
[22:59] <Berg> thats back to frount?
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[22:59] <ali1234> that sounds right. LEDs are usually wired VCC -> LED -> GPIO
[22:59] <gordonDrogon> Berg, that's to be expected.
[22:59] <ali1234> as opposed to GPIO -> LED -> Ground
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[23:00] <ali1234> it's mainly a historical thing because GPIO pins used to be able to sink more current than they can source
[23:00] <gordonDrogon> It's Vcc -> R -> LED -> open collector transistor -> 0v
[23:00] <gordonDrogon> and the output is from the LED -> collector junction -> Pi
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[23:02] <Berg> so thats correct why does the pi pin always show up 1 when set to up and always show 0 when set to down not matter how you change the state of the moduel
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[23:02] <Berg> its not reading the module
[23:02] <Berg> ok brb checking that the pi end of the wire is correct
[23:02] <gordonDrogon> good move.
[23:04] <ali1234> the way i remember what open collector means is by remembering it's either "open" (disconnected) or "collecting" (sinking current)
[23:04] <ali1234> but i gather this is not what it actually means
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[23:04] <gordonDrogon> it's good enough though...
[23:04] <gordonDrogon> (for an analogy)
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[23:06] <gordonDrogon> ali1234, ok. found it. my gpiotoshift mapping array was a line short.
[23:07] <ali1234> ah, that might also explain my segfaults...
[23:07] <gordonDrogon> http://unicorn.drogon.net/cmreadall.txt
[23:08] <ali1234> looks good
[23:08] <gordonDrogon> yes, for accessin gpios 50-53. all else were OK.
[23:08] <gordonDrogon> big thanks!
[23:09] <gordonDrogon> will push that out the next time I do an update.
[23:09] <gordonDrogon> brb
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[23:10] <ali1234> that now matches my hardware, except for i2c being enabled and your gpio 17 is an output
[23:10] <Berg> ok so berg is a la la la the wire from DO to PI didn not connect its broken some p[lace inside
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[23:10] <Berg> i need new wire
[23:10] <Berg> grrr
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[23:11] <OS-19702> Hello all, I am trying to figure out how to boot my raspberry pi raspbian right into my python pygame application full screen instead of just the Desktop
[23:12] <ali1234> there are numerous ways of doing that
[23:12] <ali1234> easiest is probably to use xdg-autostart, if lxde supports it
[23:12] <OS-19702> Ok, how do the media center OS's typically do it?
[23:13] <OS-19702> i put a line in the xdg autostart file but it doesnt seem to run my python script
[23:13] <ali1234> xbmc does it by not being an X application and entirely taking over the display
[23:13] <ali1234> sorry, kodi
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[23:14] <ali1234> pygame can do this, but i think you'll lose acceleration since it uses SDL which only has an fbdev driver, and not SDL2 which i think has a dispmanx driver
[23:15] <gordonDrogon> Berg, well - at least you found out now. just need to test these things in steps, 1 at a time rather than jump in and write code...
[23:15] <gordonDrogon> ali1234, yes, thanks.
[23:16] <gordonDrogon> must update my basic interpreter to use sdl2... one day...
[23:16] <ali1234> it's very easy... SDL2 is about a million times better
[23:16] <ali1234> actually there's a guide
[23:16] <ali1234> https://wiki.libsdl.org/MigrationGuide
[23:16] <gordonDrogon> yea, I started reading it... ran out of time.
[23:17] <Berg> yeah i agree with you gordonDrogon but you try and tell my excited kid type brain to do the steps
[23:17] <OS-19702> Is there a guide you can point me to, to start writing Raspberry PI GUI's?
[23:17] <gordonDrogon> the down-side is that I'd then need to ship all the sdl2 libraries with it.
[23:17] <Berg> :)
[23:17] <ali1234> OS-19702: what type of GUI do you want to make?
[23:17] <Berg> still fun
[23:17] <gordonDrogon> Berg, I know... all part of the learning experience though!
[23:18] <ali1234> raspbian has SDL2 no?
[23:18] <OS-19702> it would be nice to boot run into say a custom built weather app instead of the desktop
[23:18] <Berg> I tell my granson that too but hay ....
[23:18] <Berg> hehehe
[23:18] <ali1234> OS-19702: for that type of GUI use QML
[23:18] <ozzzy_> ncurses is your friend
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[23:19] <gordonDrogon> ali1234, it's sdl1.3 as standard - at least in wheezy.
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[23:20] <ali1234> hmm... wheezy perhaps but not jessie
[23:21] <ali1234> wheezy is really really old now...
[23:21] <gordonDrogon> it's really stable though. I've no plans to move to jessie and no plans to subject the few who use my basic to force them to move to jessie either.
[23:22] <gordonDrogon> I still have a debian server running woody...
[23:22] <gordonDrogon> and my desktop is still wheezy.
[23:22] <ozzzy_> my chest is wheezy
[23:22] * jjham suggests ArchLinux
[23:22] <gordonDrogon> give up smoking :)
[23:22] <ozzzy_> did that a long time ago
[23:23] <gordonDrogon> arch uses systemd - I've no plans to move to systemd - for now.
[23:23] <ali1234> you should do, it's great
[23:23] <jjham> So does RHEL.
[23:23] <gordonDrogon> I don't need to.
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[23:23] <ali1234> you don't think it be like it is, but it do
[23:24] <gordonDrogon> actually thinking of going back to freebsd.
[23:24] <jjham> Wholly crap that is a quote....
[23:24] <jjham> you don't think it be like it is, but it do
[23:25] <ali1234> *they. but yes
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[23:27] <jjham> Ok, Y'all, I'm out.
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[23:29] * ozzzy_ tended to run distros way past their EoL
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[23:49] <knob> gordonDrogon, I love fBSD
[23:52] <t3chguy> gordonDrogon: very nice work on wiringPi
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